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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Crowd after these Handsome New Waists sood lawns and mulls; so good that we are cod Z price. Worth up to 13.75 for comtnuiwd to aM the tadsomest lot ln Heavy work on put the balance of our own stock la at the sams First-grade Canned Strawberries at 12 l-2c A fortuaate purchase ot a large quantity of these choice straVberrfes frok a: them Carpet Prices Dropped TAPESTRY .Size 3x3 yardt square 17 95 Size 3x3 1-2 yardi tquare Size 3x4 yardt square BALMORAL Size 3x3 1-2 yards square ____ 3x4 yards square Larjje sixe, good.. filling ____ Guaranteed Alaska feathers, each Grey wool, large size, a pair ____ WINDOW Green, or cream, good roller Extra quality, good roller NAIR US INLAID any Pattern in i, our Grocery Department and- W theii by the dozen at only a tin" 12 l-2c s9G vr yard at a 79c Child's Dresses to clear Stock-taking is -too close at hand for us to have such .a. large stock. Snowy white dresses for girls 1 to 10 years of age, trim- med ..with fine laces and beautiful embroid- ery, made of splendid quality lawns and very liberal in sizes; also a few good ging- ham dresses in best washing colors; prices were, regular and Start- ing Thursday -the price will drop -to only Ribbon Great Values Here Cotton Goods at Less Mothers will find this a good time to buy their Tlittle girl's hair ribbons. Best taffeta and duchess ribbons 4 and ,5 .inches in width, nearly all colors, regu- lar. 20. and 25c a yard, special at V.-___ Bab i e. s should not go without a, new bon- net when such a gold- en oppor- t u n i t y awaits -them T h a r 8- day morn- Muslin Bonnets 'for .the -'wee.' tots, made of good quality material and; trimmed -with. good embroidery and. 'laces, Only -a. limited "quantity to clear out at only ____ r; 25c. Quart Bottles of Cider at half .22c .29c 17c 25c 5c BABY RIBBONS for 3c and SUNSHADES for-.... and SUNSHADES and SUNSHADES'for SILK SUNSHADES for EXTRA QUALITY LONGCLOTH for iic FINE ENGLISH LONGCLOTH for...... 17c 25c 35c BLEACHED SHEETING for 20c and 25c SATEENS for ;____ 30c TABLE OJL for WOM EN'S SKI RTS, to WOMEN'S SKIRTS, to WOMEN'S SILK HOSE, spun .ilk, WOMEN'S CASHMERE HOSE, extra value at 29c WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE, and 60c 43c WOMEN'S BOOTS, to for WOMEN'S BOOTS, to for INFANT'S BOOTS, soft soles, for ..........49C See Our Window Displays for Specials NEW VICTORIA LAWNS in wide 38 inch widths, regular 15 and ISc for BED SPREADS in good quality' 67x80 inches, pure white, special BED SHEETS, extra quality', 68x90 inches, July Sale at .each 85c extra large finest T.urk- 9ua at 75c per pair; special a Duchess Petticoats v-O.iir :best" J5.." ?3.50 and Duchess and Heatherbloom TJnderskirts in plain and. fancy colors, A great July bargain at___.... _ One-piece Dress Sale An assortment of these pretty and garments that is-rare season of the We bought them away line mulls, and lawns in i and Dresses Dresses i21-2c best of Canadian Cheese for 17c 4''lkrSe: shipment of choice Canadian cheese from bur Winnipeg warehouse in fadt It is delicious. Our price will saye-you 3c per pound............. made Your Men It's a shame to sell such good tailored suits as these at the low prices we ask, but stock must be lowered; best "Fi-trite" and "Perfection" makes; choicest mater- ials and most stylish styles.- and suits iison and suits......... 90 ?16 and suits Jisjo and suits 7... i....... New Stetson Hats A belated shipment of the finest S4.50 and btetson Hats to clear out; we're going out of the hat business, take -these out at >tf CSSCS Snap These Up, Men! SHIRTS in good raw and linen pongee, any of them 95c MEN'S TIES made of good corded silks, and fancy effects. On sale MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UNDER- in aU sizes- special at MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS in good Irish -lawn, large" size, at MEN'S SOX in heavy mixed cotton; also black and col- ors at 25c and A. MACDONALD CO. "SMITH'S JAMS ib. glass jars, 25c for ...19C breakfatt for CORN FLAKES, finest grade MOONEY'S PERFECTION Cream Sodas .CANNED FRUITS, Peerless, ,n LIME JUICE, Montserrat, 90c size 75c JtLLY POWDERS, best Shemffs, 7c ROYAL CROWN AND GOLDEN WEST LAUN DRY SOAP, a bar 312 RIDGEWAY'S TEA, Old' R.DGEWAY'S TEA, Royal Household, LIPTON'S COFFEE, 50c tin, WORCESTER SAUCE, large faottfe" CHRISTIE'S SODAS, in tins VlT BEST JAPAN RICE, a Ib BEST B. C. SUGAR, 20 Ib. CHOICEST DAIRY BUTTER, at only CANNED TOMATOES, best Peerless CANNED BEANS, a tin .........JJT CORN, a tin BEST ONTARIO CHEESE at 17 PAPER, 1Qc roll for Shop in, the Morning if possible-not so crowded FIVE DETECTIVES ATTEND WEDDING New York, July secrecy and mystery characterized the wedding to-day of the former wife of Frank Jay G-ould Ralph .Hill Thomas, assistant treasurer of the sugar trust. Three detectives for Mr. Gould, one of them equipped with a bicycle, while the two others held ready from early morning, a high- powered motor car, and the two de- tectives for Mrs. Gould, stood on guard on account of the two children, Helen and Dorothy, whom a "Solo- montdse" judge of divorce had award ed half of each year to the custody of each parent, and who by virtue of a clause in the divorce decree were allowed by Mr. Gould's sister and representative Helen Miller Gould to come to the wedding of their mother. PRICE OF FLOUR IS RAISED Scarcity of Wheat and Local Conditions the Cause G. W. Green of, the Ellison Milling and Elevator this morning inform- ed the Herald of a rise in prices of 'lour. The local miUs have, raised the prices twenty cents per cwt They claim they must do this on account the scarcity of -wheat and conditions )f this years crop. Trade is ainicipat- ng even a higher price as local de- mands bidr fair to exceed the supply. j Wm. Loeb, collector of the port of New York, and former secretary to President Roosevelt, is likely to Republican candidate for governor in New York state. SHOOT WELL Nearly AU Qualify For Second Round King's Prize Bisley Camp, July the 25 Canadians, six being unattached, who shot in the first stage of the King's PrizA. three at Kfift Rnn yards, no less than 22 scored over 96 and therefore pass into the second stage -to be shot for on Friday. Sergt. Bayles tied with 100 others at 96 and will shoot off for the five remaining vacancies in .three hundred, who tackle the second stage. J The N. R. A. prixe of bronze medal and badge for the first stage was won by Captain Campbell of thGeorge Duncan Clarke, gentleman. Vice J. Coombe Kichard Wallace, Vice C. B. Bruce, who is permitted to tesign his com- mission, Lieut. W. J. Jepson is per- mitted to resign his v-onmission. 19th (The Alberti Mounted Hifies) To -be Provisional Lieut., Albert Vic- jutant provisionally on organization. Adamson, -promoted. To be Provision- al Lieut., Peter Edwin Bowen. gentle- man, vice H. A. Calder, resigned. -'1st- (Alberta Hussars) To -be Pro- visional Lieut.. Allan John Pollock, :entleman, vice E. S. Pingle., retired. 23rd (Alberta Rangers) To be Ad- utana provisionally on organization, Ca.pt. D. A. Mc.Kinnon. 100th Winni- peg Grenadiers. Capt. T. L. Hartley s transferred to the Corps reserves, i 101st (Edmonton Fusiliers) To be provisional lieutenants, Charles Ar- hur Wilson, William MacCallum foore and Edward George Hawkins complete establishments. 102nd (Regt. Rocky Mountain Hangers) To be signalling offfcef Lieut: A.- Haaslden, to be Provisional, Lieut. Sergt Stanley Pearcy, vice L. V, w. Ollum To be Provisional Lieut George Creigfaton McKay. Bairns to have more motor n town of its pop- ulation in -the world. There 'is a .youthen; Vancouver of 14 attended school 34. days. Action ;takea; against his: parents under the school act. e proprietors of the weekly news- papers published at Hazelton Fbrt George and Quesnel are at present clearing on land advertising upwards of per month each. Are you satisfied with the bread you are getting? Our Quaker Bread is a clea.n- wholesome loaf and to introduce it to you we will give you worth of bread tickets for oOc cash if you present this adv to our driver GILMORE, THE BAKER ;